I've asked a similar question and through a much heated debate, this is what I can tell you:
The ONLY way for you to really get the answer you want, is to dyno the bike with the SE tune and then turn around and tune it with the PV and do another Dyno run. Numbers are always going to be a little different on a bike that isn't yours, so any data you may look up might be off by a few from your bike.
The SE tune may get you "close" to where you should be, however it is not going to take all of your components into account and adjust for their optimal performance and efficiency. If you bought the PV through Fuel Moto, they can tune it for the exact components on your bike and get you "closer" to where that perfect sweet spot is- however, if you want the cherry on top, you need to dyno tune the bike with the PV and get the EXACT tune for your bike and the parts installed, this is what will give you the best performance and efficiency.
I know that's not the answer you want, but it's probably going to save pages of debating things trying to get to the answer above!
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